Wondercise, the fitness technology pioneer, unveiled a world’s first with its Multi-Point Motion Match personal training system at CES 2021 on Monday 11 January.
Traditional smart wristbands and watches can’t tell the difference between a squat and lunge, let alone if it’s the right or left leg that leads. With Wondercise’s new Multi-Point System, leg strap and wristband sensors work together to deliver more accurate results via Bluetooth 5.0 to an AI engine and slick app experience on a mobile device or smart TV.
Live Motion Match enables users to maintain a focus on form, mirror trainers’ movements, and maximize workout results. For the first time, upper and lower body IMU sensors record heart rate, cardio burn and compare personal movements to a professional trainer, who may be in the room, remote via a video stream or pre-recorded.
For novices and everyday fitness lovers, the new system ensures they achieve perfection in their exercise more rapidly, which delivers fitness goals faster.
Third Party Wearable Compatibility
For even greater accuracy, three-point measurement and 2.5 times faster data sampling is possible when paired with Apple Watch, Garmin Wearable or the second generation Wondercise Band, due for release in early Q2 2021.
Wondercise Motion Match
Wondercise offers unlimited access to over 300 classes with sessions from trainers, including MMA champion Luis ‘Baboon’ Palomino, fitness influencer Adam Frater, and experts across a huge range of disciplines. These include Resistance Band Training, Hip Hop Dance, Kettlebell Crush, Tai Chi, Yoga and more.
Thanks to its pioneering Motion Match technology, Wondercise brings the personal touch of taught classes to living rooms and gyms around the world.
Eric Chuang, Wondercise CEO, comments: “With a dramatic reduction in gym attendance and an increase in time spent at home, it is vital for everyone to have easy access to affordable and effective fitness. But getting an exercise right is hard, that’s why Wondercise’s created Multi-Pulse Motion Match technology, which helps users achieve the right form when compared with their trainer or teacher, and record more precise results.”
What’s in the box and How Much?
A two-in-one wireless charger can simultaneously power the bands for up to seven days.
The Wondercise Multi-Pulse System ships with two trackers, a wristband and a leg strap made from soft, breathable nylon. The on sale date is TBC but expected in late Q1 2021, with retailers to be revealed shortly.